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General Wood transferring Cuba's government and delivering President Roosevelt's letter to President Palma, May 20, 1902, Palace, Havana

General Wood transferring Cuba's government and delivering President R...

Stereograph shows Gov. Leonard Wood handing letter to President Tomás Estrada y Palma in a crowded room. H19900 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. Title from item.

President Roosevelt at his desk, Stereoscope Card
Roosevelt, Pres. Theo. photographed in office (White House?)
Forster, Rudolph, Secty. to Pres. Theo. Roosevelt. March 18, 1903
Pres. Theo. Roosevelt
Forster, Rudolph, Secty. to Pres. Theo. Roosevelt. March 18, 1903
President Roosevelt and the third term nomination - is this a prophecy? / Morris.

President Roosevelt and the third term nomination - is this a prophecy...

Photograph of a cartoon showing the head of Theodore Roosevelt transforming into the White House.

Troops of the 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps, Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument, 1896.

Troops of the 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps, Charles Young Buffalo Soldi...

In 1896 the army embarked on an ambitious plan to embrace the bicycling craze that had been sweeping over the nation. Lieutenant James Moss of the 25th Infantry (one of the 4 Buffalo Soldier regiments) led men ... More

President Roosevelt and the Rough Riders /

President Roosevelt and the Rough Riders /

From the Biograph picture catalogue: 29 feet. This picture shows Col. Roosevelt, accompanied by Lieut. Greenway and other prominent officers of the Rough Riders, galloping up to his headquarters, where he dismo... More

Theodore Roosevelt, Pres. U.S.

Theodore Roosevelt, Pres. U.S.

Half lgth., facing left; in uniform. Photo copyrighted by B.J. Falk. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Pres. Ind.; B.I.

D.C. Commissioner. Washington, D.C., July 7. District of Columbia Commissioner George E. Allen leaving the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt. Allen, who resigned as Commissioner during 1938, was recently drafted by President Roosevelt to serve a second time
Pessimistic report. Washington, D.C., May 4. Governor John Moses of North Dakota, in a conference with President Roosevelt, presented a pessimistic report on unemployment and relief problems in North Dakota. Moses said his state was in a bad financial condition as a result of 10 years of crop failures and that county and state budgets were unbalanced
U.S. Consul General in Berlin reports to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Dec. 1. Raymond H. Geist, U.S. Consul General in Berlin, leaving the White House today after giving President Roosevelt a first-hand report on European war conditions and Germany. Geist left Germany on Oct. 9, more than a month after the war started
French manufacturer talks tanks with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., June 11. Louis Renault, prominent French auto manufacturer, leaving the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt on war material production. Renault said he was interested chiefly in mass production of tanks, and his discussion with Mr. Roosevelt was a prelude to conferences during the next few days with leading American industrialists. His interpreter said he would probably see William S. Knudsen and Henry Ford
Lincoln Ring, Sagamore Hill national historic site

Lincoln Ring, Sagamore Hill national historic site

John Hay, T R’s Secretary of State from 1901 to 1905 and Abraham Lincoln’s personal secretary from 1861 to 1865, gave this ring containing Lincoln’s hair to President Roosevelt. T R wore the ring on the day he ... More

New public works program will not interfere with private industry, Senate Committee told. Washington, D.C., July 13. The new Federal Works Administrator, John M. Carmody, today promised the Senate Banking and Currency Committee that the new $350,000,000 public works program would not interfere with private industry. He pointed out that President Roosevelt's program made no specific provisions for federal loans to municipalities for acquisition of private utilities
Takes oath as S.E.C. Commissioner. Washington, D.C., Dec. 2. Rep. Edward C. Eicher of Iowa, recently appointed by President Roosevelt to be a member of the Securities and Exchanges Commission, is pictured being administered the oath of office today by Francis P. Brassor, left, Secretary of the Commision. Chairman William O. Douglas is in the center
Gov. Moore on PRES. ROOSEVELT
Nominated as Assistant Secretary of Treasury. Washington, D.C., June 2. Herbert Gaston, now Special Assistant to Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau, has been nominated by President Roosevelt to be Assistant Secretary of Treasury to succeed Wayne Chatfield Taylor, resigned. This is a new informal picture made today
Secretary and new Undersecretary of Treasury see President Roosevelt. Washington D.C. Secretary of Treasury Morgenthau (right) with Roswell Magill, newly appointed undersecretary, as they left the White House today after a confereence with President Roosevelt
Confer with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 17. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins and Dr. John R. Steelman, Chief of the mediation service, leaving the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt. Secretary Perkins insisted that the Harlan, Kentucky, situation was not discussed at the meeting. She did announce at the same time, however, that John L. Connor of the Department of Labor Conciliation Service, had been ordered to Harlan County in an effort to assist settlement of the struggle between the United Mine Workers and Harlan operators
Discuss sale of helium to Germany. Washington, D.C., May 11. Germany's request to buy a large quantity of helium for German- owned commercial airships was discussed by President Roosevelt and the U.S. Chief of Staff, Chief of Naval Operations, U.S. Solicitor General, and the Secretary of Interior. Shown leaving the conference are, left to right: Admiral William D. Leahy, chief of Naval operations; Solicitor General Robert H. Jackson, and Maj. Gen. Malin Craig, chief of staff
President of Pan American Airways sees president. Washington, D.C., June 14. Following a conference with President Roosevelt, Juan Trippe, President of Pan American Airways, told reporters that his company is prepared to start Transpacific Air Service as soon as PMG Farely fixes a date for a first airmail flight
Nominated as Assistant Secretary of Treasury. Washington, D.C., June 2. Herbert Gaston, now Special Assistant to Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau, has been nominated by President Roosevelt to be Assistant Secretary of Treasury to succeed Wayne Chatfield Taylor, resigned. This is a new informal picture made today
Leaving conference with Pres. Roosevelt. Left to right: Asst. Secy. of Treasury John W. Hanes, Secy. Morgenthau, & acting Budget Dir. Daniel Bell
President confers with advisory business council. Washington D.C. Members of the Advisory Business Council operating in cooperation with Secretary of Commerce Roper met with President Roosevelt at the White House today. Matters discussed at the meeting were not made public but It is believed that pending Congressional legislation was one of the topics. In the photograph, left to right: Laverill Harriman, Clay Williams, Gen. R.E. Wood, George Meade, Chairman of the Council; and Delancey Kounyze
Industrial-Labor meeting get under way. Washington, D.C., Dec. 10. Maj. George L. Berry, President Roosevelt's Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation, with his assistant, Sullivan W. Jones, as they prepared for the opening of the Second Conference of Industry and Labor today
President Roosevelt congratulated by diplomats after inaugural address
Diplomats arrive at Capitol to hear President Roosevelt's address. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Wilhelm Munthe de Morganstierne, Norwegian Minister, left, and Kjalmar Procope, Minister from Finland, arriving at the Capitol today where they heard President Roosevelt address the Joint Session of Congress
Veteran Virginia Senator marches to House to hear President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Jan. 3. Senator Carter Glass, veteran democrat from Virginia, flanked by Senator John Miller, right, of Arkansas, and Senator Theodore Green, left, of Rhode Island, marches to House Chamber to hear President Roosevelt address a Joint Session of Congress
Vice President and Speaker in jovial mood as they leave conference with President. Washington, D.C., Jan. 2. Leaving the White House today with Vice President Garner after a conference with President Roosevelt, Speaker of the House William B. Bankhead chuckles as he tells reporters he has never seen a more brotherly, affectionate greeting in all his life, than the one the Chief Executive extended the Vice President. Bankhead said President Roosevelt greeted Vice President Garner at the conference by singing 'Happy New Year to You'
Will fire Republican answer to President Roosevelt's defense of new deal farm policies. Washington, D.C., March 11. Over a nationwide radio hookup tomorrow night, Rep. Clifford R. Hope, chairman of the G.O.P.'s congressional committee studying farm issues, will answer President Roosevelt's defense of new deal farm policies which he made last week in a bid for the farm vote in the November elections
[Theodore Roosevelt, Pres., half-length portrait, facing left]
A toast. Washington, D.C., Jan. 6. A "milktoast" from a veteran to a rookie. Rep. Nan Wood Honeyman, member of the house from Oregon, and Rep. Caroline O'Day of New York, lunch in the house restaurant before listening to President Roosevelt's address to the joint session
President of Haiti a luncheon guest of President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Dec. 11. President Roosevelt entertained at luncheon today in honor of President Stenio Vincent of Haiti, who is shown leaving the White House with Rep. Sol Bloom, left, Acting Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and Minister from Haiti, Elie[?] Lescot, center
Will administrate federal unemployment census. Washington, D.C., Sept. 16. John D. Biggers, Toledo, Ohio, glass manufacturing president, leaving the White House today after accepting an appointment from President Roosevelt as Administrator of a Federal Unemployment Census. Biggers revealed that the census probably will be made entirely through the Post Office Department. The administration previously considering utilizing election facilities. Whatever final plan is adopted, the count will be made on the basis of voluntary registration and not a door-to-door canvass, Biggers said. 9/16/3
No rift here. Washington, D.C., July 6. It was Jack and Kim today as Vice President Garner and PMG James A. Farley, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, got together at the Capitol. The pair were as chummy as turtle doves despite the fact that the V.P. is said to be on the outside as far as President Roosevelt's affections are concerned
Body of Gus Gennerich lies in state at White House. Washington, D.C., Dec. 16. The body of Gus Gennerich, President Roosevelt's friend and bodyguard who died in Beunos Aires, lying in state in the East Room of the White House today following simple services attended by President Roosevelt, members of his family, Cabinet members and other friends, the body was taken to New York for burial. White House policemen acted as Guards of Honor
Senators hear women's protest on Roosevelt pump-priming program. Washington, D.C., May 13. Fifty women headed by Mrs. Hamilton Wright of New York today invaded the Senate Office Building to protest to members of the Senate Appropriations Committee against President Roosevelt's five billion dollar pump-priming program. The women, who are from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, said they were not an organization. They are shown as they cornered four senators in the office of Senator Burke of Nebraska. The senators in the photograph [...] Truman of Missouri, Adams of Colorado, Burke of Nebraska, and Bridges of New Hampshire
Son of President Roosevelt before Tax Evasion Committee. Washington D.C., July 13. James Roosevelt, son and Secretary of President Roosevelt, who appeared before the Join Congressional Tax Evasion Committee today to deny "emphatically" assertions by Rep. Hamilton Fish, R. of New York that he has used tax law loopholes, Roosevelt is shown surrounded by newpapermen just before taking the witness stand
Senator Byrd tells press of governmental reorganization. Washington, D.C., Jan. 12. Senator Harry F. Byrd of Virginia, Chairman of the Senate committee studying governmental reorganization, held a press conference shortly after President Roosevelt made public his plan for governmental reorganization. Senator Byrd told newsmen that he was endorsing the Chief Executive's plan but objected to many of its details
Invites president to New Rochelle for 250th Anniversary. Washington, D.C., May 16. Rep. Ralph Gambel of New York, (left) and Walter G.O. Otto, former mayor, today invited President Roosevelt to attend the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the founding of New Rochelle, N.Y. by the Hugenots. The celebration is planned for June 12, 18.
Resigns as Director of Federal Prisons. Washington D.C. Sanford Bates, who has resigned as Director of Federal Prisons, effective February 1, was received by President Roosevelt at the White House today. Bates is leaving the federal government, to become Executive Director of the Boy's Club of America, Inc. for a salary 50 percent in excess of present $10,000 a year
Washington turns out for open air music. Washington, D.C., July 12. Sitting on stone steps near the Lincoln Memorial here, and facing a barge moored in the Potomac River, thousands of Washingtonians turned out to listen to the first of a series of summer concerts by the Washington Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Hans Kindler tonight. To give it his blessing and to enjoy the music, President Roosevelt arrived shortly before intermission accompanied by Brig. Genl. Edwin M. Watson, military aide, and Mrs. Watson
Vice President signs monetary conference report. Washington, D.C., July 6. As PMG James A. Farley looks on, Vice President Garner signs the monetary conference report passed by the Senate yesterday. The report restores to President Roosevelt the power to further devalue the dollar
Senate Committee on Governmental Reorganization. Washington, D.C. Jan 14. The Senate Committee, of which Senator Harry Flood Byrd of Virginia is chairman, on Government Reorganization Economies met this morning to consider Brookings Institute recommendations denying President Roosevelt the free hand he desires in altering the Executive Branch. The recommendations were for consolidations in Federal Credit Agencies to save at least $30,000,000. In the photograph, left to right; Senator Charles L. McNary, of Oregon; Majority Leader; Senator John G. Townsend, Jr., Delaware; Senator Harry Flood Byrd; Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, Wyoming; and Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Senate Majority Leader
French and British Ambassadors confer with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., June 15. The French and British ambassadors, Count Rene De Saint-Quentin, left, and Lord Lothian, respectively, leaving the White House today following a conference of more than an hour. The meeting 'cleared up some things in our minds' was the only statement the envoys would make to reporters. They also said the results of the conference would be made to their governments immediately
Refugee Advisory Committee reports to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Nov. 16. Members of the Advisory Committee on Refugees leaving the White House today and presenting a report to President Roosevelt. They said their visit was routine and declined to discuss the nature of the report. In the picture, left to right - Hamilton Fish Armstrong, New York City - Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles - George I. Warren, New York City - James G. McDonald of New York City, Chairman of the Committee
Maine goes to the White House. Washington D.C. The State of Maine's delegation in Congress was received by President Roosevelt at the White House today. Governor Barrows, who headed the party, said the visit was purely a social one. In the group, left to right: (Front Row) Gov. Lewis O. Barrows, Senator Frederick Hale, and Senator Wallace White. Back Row, left to right: Rep. J.C. Oliver, Rep. Clyde H. Smith, and Ralph O. Brewster
[Theodore Roosevelt, Pres., head and shoulders portrait, facing left]
Nevada's Senators. Washington D.C. Senator Pat McCarran and Senator Key Pittman, (right) both Democrats from Nevada, exchanging opinions on President Roosevelt's proposal that the membership of the Supreme Court be increased to possibly 15 members. They are pictured as they attended a meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee today
Pay respects to the president. Washington, D.C., Dec. 10. Othoiko Matsukata, left, classmate of President Roosevelt while at Harvard introduces his brother, Kojiro Matsukata, a Former Yale man to the President today. They are shown after leaving the White House after paying respects
Secretary of Treasury at church services of the president. Washington, D.C., March 4. St. John's Episcopal Church was the scene today of services held in observance of President Roosevelt's seventh inaugural anniversary. This begins his eighth year in the White House. Among those who attended were Secretary of the Treasury Henry A. Morganthau, Jr., and Henry Morganthau, Sr.
Massachusetts governor protests proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Washington, D.C., March 16. Governor Charles F. Hurley, (center) of Massachusetts, arriving at the White House where he left a protest with President Roosevelt against the proposed trade pact with Great Britain. Hurley said if the pact is effected it will do serious damage to the textile industry in his state. On the left is Raymond Fitzgerald, Secretary to the Governor, and on right, William J. Moore, Attorney General of Massachusetts
New administrative assistant to president. Washington, D.C., July 17. A new informal picture of Lauchlin Currie, Assistant Director of the Federal Reserve Board's Division of Research and Statistics, who was last week appointed by President Roosevelt to one of the six newly created posts of Administrative Assistant to the President
President gets Xmas fruit cake. Washington, D.C., Dec. 19. Brig. Gen. Edwin Watson, a Presidential Secretary, accepting for President Roosevelt a fruit cake from Miss Mildred Cook, Secretary to Rep. A.J. Elliott of California. The cake is a gift from W.C. Baker of Ojai, Calif., who has baked cakes for the White House for the last 17 years
Confer with president. Washington, D.C., Dec. 6. Chairman J. Warren Madden of the National Labor Relations Board and Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins leaving the White [House][?] after discussing with President Roosevelt a labor dispute at the Merrimac Mills at Huntsville, Ala., which the Labor Secretary said was settled last night
Former president of Chile visits president. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. Arturo Alessandri, right, former president Chile, leaving the White House today after a call on President Roosevelt with Alfonso Grez, former Chilean Consul General in New York City
New member of U.S. Civil Service Commission. Washington, D.C., July 10. A new informal picture of Arthur S. Flemming, recently appointed a member of the United States Civil Service Commission by President Roosevelt. Flemming, a republican, succeeds Samuel Ordway, Jr., resigned
Delay in Philippine liberty seen in arrival here of Vice President. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Serious consideration by the Administration of delaying the date of Independence for the Philippines was indicted today when Vice President Sergio Osmena arrived here with members of a Special Economic Commission. The Commission will confer with President Roosevelt and other government officials during their stay. Here we see J.M. Elizalde, left, Resident Philippine Commissioner, and John W. Hausserman, right, Philippine Gold King, greeting the Vice President on his arrival
A remarkable photograph of President Roosevelt speaking
Kansas City district attorney sees President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., April 18. Maurice Milligan, U.S. District Attorney in Kansas City, who is engaged in the income tax inquiry involving boss Tom Pendergast, photographed as he left the White House today. He said that he called only on a social visit
Social Security head in long conference with president. Washington, D.C., Nov. 16. Paul V. McNutt, Social Security Administrator, leaving the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt at which they reviewed the social security structure. McNutt told reporters it would be unwise to predict what revisions might be requested or made in the next Congress
Present Louisiana program for federal assistance to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 19. Senator Allen Ellender, left, and Governor Richard W. Leone of Louisiana, leaving the White House today after presenting President Roosevelt with a four phased program for federal assistance for Louisiana federal projects
President and Hull urge Congress to reconsider action on neutrality legislation. Washington, D.C., July 14. A photographic copy of the message sent to the House and Senate this afternoon by President Roosevelt and State Secretary Cordell Hull. The 11 page statement urged members of the House and Senate to reconsider its action on the neutrality legislation. Hull's 6-point program for keeping the U.S. out of war was reiterated, to which Sen. Nye remarked, 'It's the curtain drop. The message presented no new arguments, and repetition of old arguments invites old answers.' Majority leader Alben Barkley said the message 'is in harmony with our traditional policy and ought to receive the overwhelming approval of the country'
Senate and House Judiciary leaders in huddle with president. Washington D.C. Rep. Hatton W. Sumners, (left) Democrat of Texas and Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, with Senator Henry F. Ashurst, Democrat of Arizona, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, leaving the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt. Although they refused to make a statement it was presumed they discussed the President's request for increase in the membership of the Supreme Court
New Surgeon General. Washington, D.C., May 8. Col. James C. Magee attended the first official reception of the 10th International Congress of Military Medicine and Pharmacy tonight. He was appointed by President Roosevelt to replace Major General Charles R. Reynolds as Surgeon General of the United States Army. On June 1st, he will officially be Major General James C. Magee, Surgeon General, U.S. Army
Officials honor president's seventh year in White House. Washington, D.C., March 4.President Roosevelt begins his eighth year in the White House today. In observance of the anniversary of his inauguration the President attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates joined the President at prayer services. Secretary of War Harry Woodring and Mrs. Woodring are pictured here as they attended the services
Reporters quiz French and British ambassadors following their conference with president. Washington, D.C., June 15. Reporters and cameramen surround the French Ambassador Count Rene De Saint-Quentin, left, and British Ambassador Lord Lothian as they left the White House today following a requested conference with President Roosevelt. The envoys refused to amplify the statement 'the meeting cleared up a lot of things in our minds' which they made to the newsmen
UAWU leaders urge President to appropriate $130,000,000 for Michigan relief. Washington, D.C., Feb. 1. Led by Homer Martin, President, representatives of the United Automobile Workers Union called at the White House today and urged President Roosevelt to appropriate $130,000,000 for Michigan relief to avoid "mass starvation and mass misery". They also left with the President their recommendations and a statement on employment, unemployment and average wage of workers in the auto industry. Left to right: Richard T. Frankensteen, Vice President; Homer Martin, President; William Munger, Research Director; and W. Jed Louck, Economist
Cabinet members arrive for meeting with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Sept. 16. Left to right: Secretary of Agriculture, Henry Wallace and acting Secretary of the Navy, Charles Edison
President Roosevelt congratulated by diplomats after inaugural address

President Roosevelt congratulated by diplomats after inaugural address

Print filed in negative sleeve was scanned. No neg exists. Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Librar... More

Polish Ambassador thanks president for U.S. aid. Washington, D.C., Nov. 16. Count Jerzy Potocki, Ambassador of the government of defeated Poland, leaving the White House today after thanking President Roosevelt for the assistance America extended to his country
Body of late Secretary of Navy lies in state in Senate Chamber. Washington, D.C., July 10. Funeral services attended by President Roosevelt and other government heads, were held in the Senate Chamber today for the late Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson. The flag-draped casket is shown guarded by a sailor and a marine
Discuss plans for Inaugural ceremonies at Capitol. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Final plans for the Inaugural ceremonies at the Capitol were discussed today by Admiral Cary T. Grayson, (left) Chairman of the Inaugural Committee; Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Senate Majority leader; and Senator M.M. Neely of West Virginia, Chairman of the Capitol Inaugural Committee. The Committee also approved the stand at the Capitol where President Roosevelt will take the second oath of office
Pennsylvania wants $60,000,000. Washington, D.C. A delegation from Pennsylvania called at the White House today asking for a $60,000,000 PWA Grant. President Roosevelt received the group. Left to right: John B. Kelly, Secretary of State Revenue for Pa.; Dave Lawerence, Democratic State Chairman; Senator Joseph Guffey; and Governor Earle
Railway Labor and Capital meet. Washington, D.C., Jan. 7. In compliance with a suggestion made by President Roosevelt in December, a joint conference between committees representing railway labor and railway managements was held here today. The most important matter considered was the Railroad Retirement Act situation, but no conclusion was reached. In the photograph, left to right: (seated) J.A. Phillips, Order of Railways Conductors; M.W. Clement, President of the Pennsylvania Railroad; and George B. Elliot, President of the Atlantic Coast Line; standing, left to right: E.J. Manion, Order of Railway Telegraphers: James J. Delaney, President, Masters, Mates, Pilots of America; George M. Harrison, Chairman of The Railway Executives Association of Railroads; J.B. Hill, President, Nashville, and Executive Officer, Missouri Lines; H.A. Scandrettm Trustee of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific
Senate Judiciary Committee considers president's request to increase membership of Supreme Court. Washington D.C. After a meeting today members of the Senate Judiciary Committee reported that opinion in their group was about evenly divided on wisdom of President Roosevelt's request for power to increase the membership of the Supreme Court to possibly 15 members. Senators Borah, Pittman and Connally continued their silence on the administration Program as they left the Committee Room. in the photograph, left to right: (seated) Senator William E. Borah, Idaho; Senator Henry F. Hurst of Arizona, Chairman ; and Senator Pat McCarran of Nevada. Standing left to right: Senator Frederich Van Nuys of Indiana; Senator Edward R. Burke of Nebraska. Senator Warren Austin of Vermont; Senator Key Pittman of Nevada; Senator George McGill of Kansas; and Senator Carl Hatch of New Mexico
White House caller. Washington, D.C., June 11. Senator Josh Lee, Democrat of Oklahoma, leaving the White House today after a short conference with President Roosevelt. Later Senator Lee in the Senate suggested that Congress appropriate $50,000,000 for the purchase of surplus agricultural commodities to feed the refugees of war-torn Europe
President calls conference of Senate and State Department on neutrality. Washington, D.C., July 18. It was almost midnight tonight when Senators began emerging from the White House after their conference with President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull at which an agreement was reached to allow neutrality legislation to lie dormant until next session, thus, apparently ending a flare-up between congress and the president on the neutrality issue which began when the Senate Foreign Relations Committee refused to take up the question this session. Left to right: Senator Charles L. McNary, Minority leader; Sen. Warren Austin of Vermont; Sen. Key Pittman, Chairman of the Foregin Relations Committee; Sen. William E. Borah of Idaho, and Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Senator Alben Barkley, Majority Leader and Vice President Garner remained inside to talk further with the president
House leaders study president's message. Washington D.C. President Roosevelt's sensational message to Congress today, demanding overhauling of the Judiciary, struck Congressional leaders like a bolt from a clear sky. Copies of the speech were at a premium on Capitol Hill. Here we see Rep. Hatton W. Sumners of Texas, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and Speaker William B. Bankhead, as they went into a huddle with the message. Speaker Bankhead said the message involved a "sound principle" for judicial reform. Rep. Sumners refused to comment
New S.E.C commissioner. Washington, D.C., Dec. 12. Recently appointed by President Roosevelt to be a member of the Securities and Exchanges Commission, Rep. Edward C. Eicher of Iowa, today took the oath and assumed his new duties immediately
UAWU leaders urge President to appropriate $130,000,000 for Michigan relief. Washington, D.C., Feb. 1. Led by Homer Martin, President, representatives of the United Automobile Workers Union called at the White House today and urged President Roosevelt to appropriate $130,000,000 for Michigan relief to avoid "mass starvation and mass misery". They also left with the President their recommendations and a statement on employment, unemployment and average wage of workers in the auto industry. Left to right: Richard T. Frankensteen, Vice President; Homer Martin, President; William Munger, Research Director; and W. Jed Louck, Economist
President Roosevelt / Henry, Washington, D.C.

President Roosevelt / Henry, Washington, D.C.

Photograph showing President Theodore Roosevelt in a three-quarter-length portrait facing right. Title from item.

The Death of President McKinley. President Roosevelt conferring with Senator Hanna, on the way to the Milburn house

The Death of President McKinley. President Roosevelt conferring with S...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated weekly, 1901 Sept. 28, p. 282, top.

President Roosevelt and escort at the depot, Canton, O. / Photographed and published by B.W. Kilburn.

President Roosevelt and escort at the depot, Canton, O. / Photographed...

Stereograph showing President Roosevelt and others arriving in Canton, Ohio, for the funeral of President McKinley; photographer filming in corner. H9886 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 14568. Title from item.

President Roosevelt mourning for the dead. Standing by the casket of the late president, as the body lay in state in the City Hall at Buffalo / T. Dart Walker.

President Roosevelt mourning for the dead. Standing by the casket of t...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated weekly, 1901 Sept. 28, cover, p. 277.

Sec. Wilson, Sec. Hichcock, Pres. Roosevelt, Gen. Corbin

Sec. Wilson, Sec. Hichcock, Pres. Roosevelt, Gen. Corbin

Photograph shows Theodore Roosevelt on horseback with Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson, Secretary of the Interior Ethan Hitchcock and General Henry Corbin standing to the left and right of the horse. H1072... More

President Roosevelt at the Canton station /

President Roosevelt at the Canton station /

The film begins by showing Theodore Roosevelt arriving with other mourners at Canton, Ohio. Mr. Roosevelt is shown leaving the station and getting into his carriage. The remainder of the film was photographed b... More

The new president takes the oath of office. The Wilcox home in which President Roosevelt was sworn in

The new president takes the oath of office. The Wilcox home in which P...

Group of people around front of porch draped with U.S. flag. "The Buffalo home which was made historic by the recent tragedy at the Pan-American Exposition". Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 190... More

President Roosevelt and escort arriving at Canton, O.
President Roosevelt and Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site, 2015.

President Roosevelt and Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute Natio...

Photo date unknown. Courtesy of Tuskegee University Archives. President Roosevelt had a unique relationship with Tuskegee Institute and its first president, Booker T. Washington. In 1901, President Theodore Roo... More

President Roosevelt telling the members of his party how he shot the boar - Corbin Park, N.H.

President Roosevelt telling the members of his party how he shot the b...

Stereograph showing Roosevelt and his party conversing on the front porch of a house. H23300 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. On recto: Copyright 1902 by Underwood & Underwood

President Roosevelt and some of his hosts - an excursion on the border waters - Detroit, Mich.

President Roosevelt and some of his hosts - an excursion on the border...

Stereograph showing Roosevelt standing on the deck of the steamer Tashmoo with a group of men. H23888 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. On recto: Copyright 1902 by Underwood & Underwood.

President Roosevelt and Prince Henry

President Roosevelt and Prince Henry

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt and Prince Henry standing by a railing facing front, three-quarter length group portrait. Title from item. On verso: "N. Lazarnick, photographer, 160 E. 56th St., New York".

Marines passing President Roosevelt's reviewing stand before the auditorium, Exposition, Charleston, S.C.
President Roosevelt and party at Biltmore, the home of Mr. George Vanderbilt, Asheville, N.C.

President Roosevelt and party at Biltmore, the home of Mr. George Vand...

Stereograph showing Roosevelt and his party standing in front of a gazebo-like structure. H23896 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. On recto: Copyright 1902 by Underwood & Underwood.

Major Jenkins receiving South Carolina's sword from President Roosevelt, Exposition Auditorium, Charleston, S.C.
President Roosevelt reviewing the troops at Charleston Exposition /

President Roosevelt reviewing the troops at Charleston Exposition /

President Roosevelt is standing on a platform in front of an auditorium, photographed from across the street. At his left is Mrs. Roosevelt, holding carnations. They review the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps foot... More

Honoring Prince Henry--President Roosevelt, with Col. Bingham, going to German Embassy to return the Prince's call, Washington, U.S.A.

Honoring Prince Henry--President Roosevelt, with Col. Bingham, going t...

Stereograph showing Roosevelt and military aide Col. Theodore A. Bingham riding in carriage to the German Embassy. H14798 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item.

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